The Air Jordan 12 is a popular sneaker designed by Tinker Hatfield and first released by Nike in 1996. Inspired by the Japanese flag, it features a leather upper with a reptile skin pattern and a carbon fiber "shank plate" for support. The shoe also features the Jumpman logo on the tongue and heel and the number 23" on the heel.
The Air Jordan 12 was worn by Michael Jordan in the 1996-1997 NBA season as he led the Chicago Bulls to their fifth championship. The shoe has since become a favorite among sneakerheads and basketball fans alike, and has been released in a variety of colorways over the years.
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